Previewing Things to Come
Over the next several months we are going to be taking a close look at some very exciting food derived secondary metabolites that are proving to be of utmost importance for our health, wellbeing and longevity—they belong to the leading edge of new scientific research.
What are secondary metabolites? Why are they important to our health? How are they key to getting your patient truly well? This discussion will provide you with the big picture, a view that allows you to see the forest from the trees so-to-speak, next, we will examine the trees, the second metabolites, individually. Stay tuned.
We will also be looking at six new Therapeutic Foods—products that are two years in the making. More on that in the coming weeks.
We are very excited about our remodeled website which we will be turning on in the next couple of days. You’ll find it very user friendly—clean, clear, crisp, uncluttered and full of useful information. I hope that we will meet at the site next week!
Protocol for menopausal support: Phyto Power + Cranberry Pomegrate Synbiotic.
Dosage: two capsules daily of the Phyto Power and one capsule daily of the CPS.
Ingredients: Phyto Power contains whole wildcrafted Dandelion, Rosehip and Blueberry. Cranberry Pomegranate Synbiotic Formula contains organic cranberry extract, organic pomegranate extract, d-mannose, L. acidophilus, L. casei, B longum and supernatant (metabolites of L. bulgaricus and S. thermophilus).
The Last Quiz Answer:
The average life span in the wild for a giraffe is 25 years. They’re around 6 feet at the shoulder, and 19 feet to the top of their head. They weigh up to 2,800 pounds. They are big creatures. They can run as fast as 35 miles per hour for short distances and can cruise comfortably at 10 mph. Their tongue is 21 inches long.
Female giraffes give birth standing up. Their young must endure a five foot drop to the ground at birth. These infants can stand in half an hour and run with their mothers an incredible ten hours after birth.
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